Winds in Keflavík were so strong early on Friday morning that a Boeing 757 jet sitting on the airport tarmac was spun around completely in the gusts.
News 2018 - February
Iceland dropped four places in an annual comparison of European healthcare systems conducted by Swedish think tank Health Consumer Powerhouse.
The Reykjavík City Theater sold almost 4,600 tickets to its forthcoming production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show on the first day of the production’s presale.
A new proposal put forth by the city would see the busy Miklabraut highway turned into an underground traffic tunnel.
Search and Rescue was called in the late hours of Thursday evening to help dig out nearly 200 vehicles that had gotten stuck on Hellisheiði mountain pass during a major winter storm.
Around 50 young people attend weekly group meetings at Samtökin ’78, the National Queer Organization.
Strætó BS has received approval from the Ministry for the Environment for a pilot project allowing pets on public buses.
It is suspected that a single group is behind dozens of burglaries which have occurred in the Reykjavík capital area over the past several weeks.